|Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Symbolic links on download area|
Yes, I don't think you can serve a file that's a link.
If you're trying to implement a repository that's a moving target, a better approach is to specify it as a composite that composes a single child, and update that composite to point at the new child each time (rather than updating the symbolic link to point at a new repository each time).
On 19/01/2016 11:01 AM, Jens Reimann wrote:
Hi, I just seem to have troubles using symbolic links on the download area. I would like to make a simple link "current" -> "v1.2.3". I can access it with "sftp" logging in to "build.eclipse.org". But when I access any file with that link from "download.eclipse.org" I get the following message: ---------------- Access Forbidden The file permissions are either wrong, or there is no default index file for this directory. Please consider filing a bug against the project to let them know. ---------------- Any ideas what is wrong? Jens
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